By the end of the week, it’s November. It’s getting colder outside and in some areas of the country, it won’t be long until the snow starts falling.
That means people will spend more time inside and possibly catch up on some of the amazing shows they didn’t get to watch over the summer. But for those who are completely caught up and looking for something to watch this November, we have an extensive list for you here.
Make some popcorn, grab the remote and snuggle up – it’s time to binge-watch some television!
Making A Murderer
On October 19, 2018, Netflix revealed the second season of Making A Murderer. The docu-series follows the legal case of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, as they fight their way through the Wisconsin legal system with the help of Kathleen Zellner, who is convinced Avery and Dassey are innocent. This 1o-episode special will captivate you from the very first episode.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
For those who grew up in the 1990s, it may be time to go back to the good old days. On October 26, 2018, the first season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will be released.
Yes, this is Sabrina the Teenage Witch in Netflix form but it’s much darker than the network show you remember. It won’t be the original cast members, but if you loved the television show, you’ll probably love the Netflix version too.
The best part? The show was created with a second season in mind, so there’s plenty of reason to get hooked now.
House Of Cards
On November 2, the sixth and final season of House Of Cards will be released. The final season will follow Claire Underwood as President of the United States after her husband, Frank Underwood, suddenly passes away.
If you’ve watched the previous five seasons, the final season can only be perfection. For those who haven’t watched a single episode, the first five seasons are on Netflix.
Narcos is coming back even though the story of Kiki Camarena is over. The first three seasons focused on the Colombian drug cartels, but the show was such a hit it’s coming back.
The fourth season will start over in Mexico, telling the story of the Mexican drug industry. Consider this a prequel and a spin-off to the original three seasons. That journey starts on November 16 on Netflix.
This Is Us
If network television is more your cup of tea, then you may have heard of a little show called This Is Us. This award-winning show that has people crying across the country is on Tuesday nights throughout November.
Even though the show is in its third season, it’s worth taking the time to go back and watch the previous seasons. The show focuses on three siblings as they live their lives, and struggle with the past. It airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c on NBC.
New Amsterdam is a brand new show to NBC starring Ryan Eggold from The Blacklist. New Amsterdam is more of a drama compared to The Blacklist, but it does deal with some heavy issues.
This medical drama tells the story of Dr. Max Goodwin, who wants to challenge the hierarchy at one of America’s oldest hospitals. This NBC show airs Tuesdays at 10/9c throughout November.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
If reality television is your style, then you’d be happy to know that The Real Housewives of New Jersey returns to Bravo on November 7 at 9/8c.
This season, Teresa Giudice will deal with her husband being behind bars, new housewives, and the horrendous news that her husband is facing deportation once he’s released from prison, where he’s currently serving time for fraud.
The Great British Baking Show
For those who want to polish their baking skills for the upcoming holiday season, The Great British Baking Show is coming to Netflix. On November 9, the sixth season of the show will be added to the streaming service, giving fans 10 new episodes to stream.
Who doesn’t like to watch the successes and failures of contestants? While we couldn’t find a season 6 trailer, we did find a clip to put you in the mood.
A brand new show is coming to Bravo on November 25 at 10/9c. Based on the popular Los Angeles Times podcast called Dirty John, Bravo has created a scripted show starring Connie Britton, Eric Bana, Jean Smart, and Juno Temple.
The show tells the true story of interior designer Debra Newell as she falls in love with John Meehan, a man who she thinks is a doctor. However, he turns out to be a fraud, liar and – well, you’ll have to tune in.
Love and Hip Hop: New York
Love and Hip Hop: New York is also returning once again to VH1. The ninth season of the show will start on November 26 at 8/7c on VH1.
If you’ve watched this show before and are growing tired of the same old people, then you may be happy to know that there have been some supposed shakeups with the cast members. It’s possible the franchise is getting a facelift. We couldn’t find an official trailer, so here’s a look back at season 8 to refresh your memory.
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
One of the more controversial reality shows is coming back to A&E. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath will return on November 28 at 9/8c.
The show, which was only meant to run for two-seasons, has turned fans curious about the religion and they want to hear the stories from those who have left it behind.
For the upcoming third season, fans can expect to see a critical Leah Remini, wanting more answers from those in charge.
Television season may have started a couple months ago but there’s still plenty of new and returning shows making their debut in November (or close). This is just part of what we will be watching in November. What will you be watching?
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